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How to End your Story

So, you’ve written the beginning and the middle of your story. Congratulations! Now comes the tough part: how to wrap it all up in a way that readers will love. It’s one of the most important aspects of a novel because it often is the determining factor of whether or not readers will recommend your book to others, it’s your last impression, and it also has the power to disappoint and even ruin a perfectly good novel otherwise. As with all kinds of art, there is no clear set of directions that will give you the correct answer for your unique story and characters. However, there are a few key elements that every ending needs to have, regardless of genre or story, in order to be great.

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